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2Box Drumit Three Quick Start Manual

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Quick Start Guide 

(English) 

 

 

 


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Contents 
1

 

First Steps ................................................................................................... 3

 

1.1

 

Connecting Pads ......................................................................................... 3

 

1.2

 

Connecting the Hi-Hat ................................................................................. 3

 

2

 

Operation .................................................................................................... 4

 

3

 

Menu Structure ............................................................................................ 5

 

4

 

Saving Your Settings ................................................................................... 7

 

5

 

Setting Up and Calibrating The Hi-Hat ........................................................ 9

 

6

 

Connections .............................................................................................. 11

 

7

 

USB ........................................................................................................... 12

 

8

 

File System ................................................................................................ 13

 

9

 

KIT Bank ................................................................................................... 15

 

10

 

Editor Software .......................................................................................... 16

 

11

 

User Manual .............................................................................................. 16

 

12

 

Sound Downloads ..................................................................................... 16

 

13

 

Compatibility List ....................................................................................... 17

 

14

 

Connection Options and Trigger Types ..................................................... 18

 

15

 

Important Safety Precautions  ................................................................... 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Printed by 2BOX Distribution GmbH 

Version 1.0 - 2018 

 

 


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Thank you… 

for choosing a 2BOX DrumIt Three module. You have chosen wisely. Your new 
sound module comes with an open sound architecture and a universal trigger 
interface. To get up and running with your DrumIt Three module, we recommend 
taking the time to read this Quick Start manual.  

It provides a concise presentation of all functions you need to be aware of and 
everything you need to know to come to grips with this feature-rich instrument.  

Have fun! 

 

 

 

 

1  First Steps 

1.1  Connecting Pads 

Connect your pads to the DrumIt Three module. See Chapter 6 for connectivity 
options. 

Next, head over to the UNIT-TRIG menu and specify which pad types you 
connected. See Chapter 13 for a list of options. 

1.2  Connecting the Hi-Hat 

To ensure your hi-hat responds as expected, there is some setting up and 
calibration you need to do. See Chapter 5 for the required steps. 

 

 

 


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2  Operation 

The module’s user interface is highly intuitive and based on two menu items (UNIT 
and KIT), each with a number of parameter pages. The parameter pages can be 
selected sequentially using the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN buttons. There are no 
secondary levels or hidden menu items. 

 

The main page comprises six logical areas. The three DATA buttons above the 
display are assigned to the values or functions that appear in the top row. Press the 
button above the desired entry to set values or select functions.  

The three entries in the bottom row are controlled using the rotary knob below the 
display. This knob can be used to set the value of the parameter that is currently 
selected. To select a different parameter in the bottom row, simply press the knob. 
The flashing entry refers to the parameter that is currently selected. Hold MORE 
and press the knob to toggle between alternative parameters indicated by an arrow. 

 

 


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3  Menu Structure 

UNIT Menu 
The UNIT menu contains settings that apply to the module as a whole. This means 
that they affect all KITs (presets). 

MIX

This is where the internal mixer is located. The mixer allows you to set 
and balance the levels of all channels/instruments. 

CHAN

This is where you can select trigger channels for editing (although you 
can also select trigger channels simply by hitting the corresponding 
pad). 

TRIG

This is where you will find the main trigger settings for each channel.  
Here are a few examples: What pad type did you connect? How 
responsive should the pad be? Which dynamics curve best matches 
your playing style?  
It would be a good idea to take some time to familiarize yourself with 
these settings. We are confident you will be impressed by the DrumIt 
Three module’s responsiveness once all settings are in place. 

HCAL*: 

This is where you set up your hi-hat and calibrate the corresponding 
pad. See below and the User Manual for a detailed discussion of these 
settings. 

HSET*: 

This page is used to fine-tune the settings you made on the HCAL 
page. Use it to ensure the response matches your playing style. 

SPEC

This page allows you to set aspects that help you avoid double 
triggering and cross-talk. This is especially important for acoustic drum 
triggers you may be using. 

INTF

This page is used to specify the MIDI and routing settings for each 
individual channel. Here you can select MIDI channels, route the 
signals to the mixer and assign the required channels to DIRECT 
OUTs.  

OUT

This page allows you to set the output routing. Which signals should be 
assigned to the MAIN outputs (OUT 1 and 2) and which to the 
PHONES connector? 

METR

This is where you select the sound of the built-in metronome.  

MIDI

This page allows you to set global MIDI parameters. Should the module 
respond to program change messages, and which control change 
messages should the hi-hat transmit? These settings are important for 
recording MIDI data with your computer. 

 


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PREF

This page is used to manage the SAVE function and to reset the 
module to its factory defaults. 

MEM

This is where you can check the remaining memory capacity for 
additional sounds. 

INFO

This page displays the firmware’s version number. 

* (only available after selecting the hi-hat channel) 

  

KIT Menu 
The KIT menu allows you to manage and edit the internal memory slots. The 
module comes with 100 factory KITs (memory slots). Those KITs can be edited and 
overwritten with your own settings. 

The KIT menu allows you to assign the desired sounds to the selected KIT, to edit 
their settings, to configure the metronome and playback functions and to adjust the 
built-in equalizer.  

PROG

The KIT home page allows you to select a KIT and to start/stop the 
built-in metronome or song player. 

DRUM

This page is used to assign a sound to the selected drum channel and 
to set the tuning and volume.  
The channel can be selected using the CHANNEL buttons (left) or 
simply by hitting the assigned pad. 
Note: The Rim channels of toms 1 through 4 and the snare (PERC 
1~5) can be selected by simultaneously pressing the MORE and TRIG 
buttons. 

ENV

This is where you fine-tune the selected sound and specify the loop 
setting for each channel. 

CFNC

If you like, you can also assign a function to a pad rather than a sound. 
Doing so would allow you to start and stop the metronome, or to select 
the next KIT by hitting such a pad. 

KFNC

The HHPOS function on this page allows you to set the hi-hat’s 
opening level (“bashiness”) without recalibrating the pad. This is 
especially useful if the left foot is used for something else (like double 
bass drum playing, for instance).  

VOL

This is where you set the level and stereo placement (pan) of the 
selected channel. 

EQ

Each KIT is equipped with a 3-band equalizer. It can either be applied 
to all instruments or just for a specific channel. 

 


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ACMP

This page contains the built-in player. Use it to specify whether you 
wish to play to a song or the built-in metronome. The metronome’s 
settings and the tempo can be customized and saved. 

 

4  Saving Your Settings 

Any changes you make can be saved internally. 

Important:  Your settings can only be saved after unlocking the SAVE function in 

the UNIT-PREF menu (you only need to do so once). Press the 
leftmost DATA button to switch the SAVE function “On”. 

 

 

Saving one KIT 
Changes you wish to keep after editing the settings on a KIT page require that you 
save the KIT in question.  

If the settings of selected KIT no longer correspond to the stored version, a “?” 
symbol appears next to SAVE on the KIT home page. 

 

Press the leftmost DATA button above the display. 

 

Pressing the button above SAVE yet again will write your changes to the selected 
KIT. 

 

 


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Renaming a KIT 
To rename a KIT, press the button above SAVE on the KIT home page. 

 

You can use uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers as well as several special 
characters for the names you enter. Use the knob to select the desired character 
(KEY flashes) or hold down the MORE button while pressing the knob to insert a 
space. Press the knob without holding down the MORE button to select the CUR 
parameter. Now, the knob can be used to move the flashing underline cursor to 
another position you want to edit.  

Holding down the MORE button while rotating the knob towards the right allows you 
to insert new spaces. Rotating it to the left in this state deletes the character at the 
cursor position. To confirm the name, press the leftmost DATA button above the 
display (SAVE). 

Copying, Moving and Swapping KITs 
Existing KITs can be moved (MOVE) to a different memory slot, swapped with other 
KITs (SWAP) and copied (COPY). 

Start by pressing the leftmost button above the display.  

 

Rotate the knob to select the number of the KIT that should act as target for the 
currently selected KIT. After specifying the new KIT number, you can select among 
three functions: COPY, MOVE and SWAP.  

 

Pressing the leftmost DATA button allows you to copy the selected KIT to the target 
memory. MOVE allows you to move the KIT towards the target memory (the KITs at 
and behind this position move one slot). SWAP, finally, causes the two selected 
KITs to change places. In this example, KIT no. 1 moves to memory 80, while the 
settings of KIT no. 80 move to memory location 1.  

 


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If you like, you can rename the settings during the COPY, MOVE or SWAP 
operation. 

 

Saving Your UNIT Settings 
When you change a setting in the UNIT menu, a “?” appears next to SAVE. Press 
the leftmost DATA button to save the changes if you want to keep them. The “?” 
disappears and your changes will be remembered. Please be aware that this is only 
possible if SAVE mode on the PREF page has been switched on. If the “?” doesn’t 
disappear after pressing the leftmost DATA button, the SAVE function is currently 
disabled. 

 

5  Setting Up and Calibrating The Hi-Hat 

The hi-hat is the most complex instrument of your drum kit. The DrumIt Three 
module has been designed to accommodate a vast number of hi-hat pads and 
controllers of several manufacturers. This flexibility, however, also means that there 
are a number of parameters that need to be set to take advantage of the DrumIt 
Three’s full potential. In most instances, these setup and calibration steps only need 
to be performed once. 

Just follow the steps below to set up your hi-hat within minutes. 

1.  Connect the hi-hat pad and optional hi-hat controller (if available) to the 

corresponding inputs on the module. Input A is to be used for the trigger 
signals while Input B is to be used for the control commands. 

2.  Navigate to the UNIT-HCAL page. Remember that this page is only displayed 

while the hi-hat channel is selected. Use the CHANNEL buttons to select the 
hi-hat channel or simply hit the hi-hat pad. 

3.  Next, specify the hi-hat type you connected. 

DEF 

All popular hi-hat types and brands 

2BOXHH 

2BOX DrumIt Five Hi-hat 

ALEHH 

Alesis Crimson hi-hat controller 

4.  Set the RAW value so that it matches the connected pad. Use a screwdriver to 

change the setting of the recessed screw (HH Cal) on the module’s back panel. 
The values below are merely indications of what might work for you. Feel free 
to tweak the setting to adapt the response to your playing style. 

Yamaha 

850-900 

Roland 

800-850 

Alesis 

830-880 

2BOX 

600-650 

 

 

 


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5.  Start the calibration process:  

5.1.  Press the leftmost DATA button once. A closed hi-hat icon appears in the 

display and starts flashing. 

 

5.2.  Close the hi-hat pad or press the controller’s pedal with your foot. 
5.3.  Press the leftmost DATA button a second time. An open hi-hat icon 

appears in the display and starts flashing. 

 

5.4.  Open the hi-hat pad or remove your foot from the pedal. 
5.5.  Press the leftmost DATA button yet again to exit the calibration function. 
5.6.  The display shows “done”. The hi-hat has been successfully calibrated. If 

the message “NoChg” is displayed instead, the calibration could either not 
be performed or was repeated with the exact same settings. If the 
calibration routine failed, start by repeating steps 1~4 and then calibrate 
your hi-hat again. 

6.  If the calibration was successful, you can now check whether the hi-hat 

responds to your playing as expected. If you are not happy with the response, 
either repeat the calibration steps or fine-tune the following parameters. 

PFACT  Increase this value to raise the calibration threshold. This is useful 

for a consistent “foot chick” (pedaled hi-hat) and “foot splash” 
(quick release of the pedal after a chick) sound. We recommend 
taking your time to find the setting that you are most comfortable 
with. 

POFF  This parameter allows you to change the hi-hat’s calibration 

range: higher values extend the range, while lower values narrow 
it down. Bear in mind that changing this setting also affects the 
PFACT setting. We recommend editing this parameter only once 
you are thoroughly familiar with the system. 

Note:   When using a 2BOX pad, the function of the two parameters is 

exactly inversed. 

7.  Another important aspect is the hi-hat channel’s trigger response. This can be 

set using the relevant menu items (see the downloadable User Manual for 
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UNIT-TRIG  This is where you set the hi-hat pedal’s response and 

sensitivity. Set the main parameters (GAIN, THRES, 
CURVE) to match your playing style. 

 

The most important of these is GAIN. Set it so that only the 
most forceful strikes produce a Level value of 0.0. 

 

UNIT-HSET  This page is used to set the hi-hat pedal’s sensitivity/level 

(SENS) and its dynamic response (CURVE). 

This completes the hi-hat settings! 

 

6  Connections 

 

This module provides the following inputs and outputs:  

USB 

Use a commercially available USB cable to connect the module to 
your computer. 

12V DC 

This is where you connect the external power supply. 

MIDI IN 

Connect this to the MIDI OUT socket on the external MIDI controller 
to allow the module to receive MIDI messages. 

MIDI OUT 

Connect this to the MIDI IN socket of the device that should receive 
MIDI messages from the module. 

Channels 

Connect your pads to the inputs that correspond to the instrument 
you wish to trigger. The hi-hat controller needs to be connected to 
the HIHAT B socket. The B channels of CYMB 1~3 are intended for 
pads that accommodate 2 stereo cables.  
Given that all inputs are balanced (stereo), be sure to only connect 
stereo cables. 

 


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OUT 1~4 

These are the DrumIt Three’s outputs, which can be connected to a 
mixer or amplifier. By default, OUT1 and 2 transmit the mixed 
stereo signal. OUT3 and 4, on the other hand, are assigned to 
BUS3 and BUS4 respectively. If necessary, OUT 1 and 2 can also 
output BUS signals (BUS1 and BUS2). This can be set on the 
UNIT-OUT page.  

PHONES 

This is where you can connect a commercially available pair of 
headphones (recommended impedance 32 Ω - 600 Ω). 

LINE IN 

This is where you can connect an external signal source. You can 
use a stereo cable (for your smartphone, for instance) or a mono 
cable (e.g. to listen to the monitor signal via the DrumIt Three in a 
live setting). 

 

7  USB 

When the DrumIt Three module is connected to a USB port on your computer (PC 
or Mac) and booted in USB mode, the computer will consider it a “regular” storage 
device. In this case, the module behaves exactly like a USB hard disk or an SD 
card (in a card slot). You can drag and drop sound files from your computer to your 
2BOX module and exchange files between the module and the computer. Managing 
2BOX sounds is thus as straight-forward and fast as exchanging digital photos, 
MP3 files and Office files. To boot the DrumIt Three module in USB mode, press 
and hold the leftmost DATA button above the display while switching the module 
on.  

 

The display now looks as follows: 

 

 

No USB connection 

Active USB connection 

 

If the module is connected to and recognized by the computer, the letter “R” (below 
“Stat”) refers to read mode, while “W” refers to write mode. Please bear in mind that 

 


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severing the USB connection while the module is in Read (R) or Write (W) mode 
may damage the data file structure.  

Below please find an explanation of the DrumIt Three’s file and folder system. 

 

8  File System 

 

At the root level, you will find the following files: 

DrumIt3.dkit 

Standard User KIT Bank. This file contains your own 
KIT and UNIT settings. 

DrumItInit.dkit 

This file contains the KIT and UNIT settings 
programmed at the factory. This file is required to 
perform a factory reset of the unit. 

DrumItRub.dkit 

A User KIT Bank optimized for 2box Pads with Rubber 
Heads. 

DrumItTrig.dkit 

A User KIT Bank optimized for 2box TrigIt Triggers. 

DrumItOS1.3x.xx.bin 

Firmware (operating system) of the DrumIt Three.  

DrumIt Three x.x.pdf 

Manuals in the PDF format. 

globalconfig.dcfg 

Index file, which is required for Mac operating systems. 

.metadata_never_index 

System file. 

 

 

 

 


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Note 

By pressing the MORE and the KIT button for 2 
seconds you will enter a menu where you are able to 
switch to another KIT Bank. At next power up, DrumIt 
Three will start with the last chosen KIT Bank. 

 

The folders contain the 2BOX sound files in the DSND format as well as play-along 
songs in the WAV format. 

 

Feel free to change the folder structure so as to organize the files in a way that 
works for you. Given the DrumIt Three module’s display size, we recommend using 
short folder names and working with a limited number of folder levels. 

 

 

 

 


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9  KIT Bank 

The KIT Bank contains 90 freely editable preset KITs plus 10 empty memory slots. 
 
The first 40 KITs are a selection of various kits taken from the 2box sound library. 
Amongst them are several Signature KITs recorded by the following artists: 
Randy Black, Simon Phillips, Mike Müller, and Marco Minneman. 
 
Another 50 KITs were custom-programmed to match various songs/artist. These 
KITs are created by 2box and reflect our taste and ideas. Feel free to edit them to fit 
your own style. These KITs contain typical sounds/loops/effects that you would 
associate with particular songs. This might be a finger snap on the rim of Tom 3, an 
808 handclap on Tom 4 or a set of timbales on Tom 3 and 4 – but of course always 
play the full drum set and enjoy these KITs in total. The name of the KIT gives you 
an idea which song/artist we had in mind when creating the preset. Play these KITs 
to the songs in question and have fun! 
 
Also worth to mention: All sounds were recorded by or for 2box in various studios 
around the world. There is no spec list for each and every sound in the 2box library, 
but the names usually give you a hint which instrument they represent.  
 
However, there is one snare sound in the library that needs special attention: the 3 
zone snare ZD BB Dow Dry RSC which Zourman.com has authorized us to use. 
There is a lot to read about this particular snare at:  
 
https://zourman.com/products/ludwig-black-beauty-1922-snare-sample-for-2box/ 
 
Check it out! 
 
Finally there are 10 empty memory slots for own creations. If there’s a factory KIT 
which you like, and you want to edit it but still keep the original, then just copy this 
particular KIT to one of these empty slots and tweak it. 
  

 

 


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10  Editor Software 

The 2BOX sound universe is virtually open-ended. Using 2BOX’s free editor 
software, you can create your own sounds and set the main KIT parameters on 
your PC/Mac. The editor makes converting WAV files to highly usable 2BOX 
sounds a breeze. This includes multilayers with up to 127 velocity levels! 

To work with the editor software, you need to put the module in USB mode. 

See the following URL for details about the software and tutorial videos:  

www.open-sound-system.com 

 

11  User Manual 

On our web page, you will find a comprehensive DrumIt Three manual that you can 
download free of charge as a PDF.   

www.2box-drums.com 

 

12  Sound Downloads 

One special feature about the DrumIt Three is its open sound architecture. You can 
transfer new sounds to your module and delete sound files you never use (consider 
backing them up on your computer, however).  
You will find a host of additional sound files on our website, which can be 
downloaded free of charge. Just help yourself to new signature sounds, specialty 
percussion instruments and/or legendary electronic drum sounds! 

Download the desired ZIP archives and unpack the 2BOX sound files they contain 
on your computer. Those sound files can now be copied to the DrumIt Three 
module via USB and used just like the original factory sounds.  

www.2box-drums.com 

 

 

 


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13  Compatibility List 

The following list is not exhaustive, because testing all current and legacy pads on 
the market would be rather time-consuming. We do promise, however, to keep this 
list up-to-date whenever we are able to confirm the compatibility of products we 
haven’t tested so far. If you don’t see the type or manufacturer of (one of) your 
pads, please do not conclude that your pad(s) won’t work with the DrumIt Three. 
Rather, compare the technical specifications of your pads with the requirements 
listed in the table below. If the specs match the listed requirements, your pads may 
work even though they do not appear in the list of compatible products. If in doubt, 
just ask your dealer or send an e-mail to:  
drumit3-compatibility@2box-drums.com 

Pad type 

Kick 

Snare/Tom 

Hi-hat pad 

Hi-hat 
controller 

Specifications  Piezo (head) 

Piezo (head) 

Piezo (bow)/Switch 
(edge) 

Adjustable 
resistor, 
active hall 
generator 
or switch 

  

Piezo (head)/Piezo (rim) 

Piezo (bow) 

  

Piezo (head)/Switch (rim) 

  

  

Piezo (head)/Switch 
(rim)/Switch (cross-stick) 

  

Products 

2box 

2box 

2box 

Alesis Crimson series  Alesis Crimson series 

Alesis Crimson series 

Alesis DM 10 series 

Alesis DM 10 series 

Alesis DM 10 series 

Alesis Strike series 

Millenium MPS series 

Alesis Pro X 

Roland KD120 

Roland PD-100 

Millenium 

Roland KD140 

Roland PD-125 

Roland FD-7

 

Roland KD7 

Roland PD-8 

Roland VH-11

 

Yamaha KP-65 

Roland PD-85 

Roland VH-12

 

Yamaha KP100 

Roland PDX-100 

Yamaha RHH135

 

  

Roland PDX-8 

Yamaha HH-65 

  

Roland PDX-8 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Pad type 

Cymbals 

Trigger 

Miscellaneous 

 

Specifications  Piezo (bow) 

Piezo (head) 

Piezo 

 

Piezo (bow)/Switch 
(edge) 

Piezo (head)/Piezo (rim) 

  

 

Piezo (bow)/Switch 
(edge)/Bell (switch) 

  

  

 

Products 

2box 

2box TrigIt 

DDrum Trigger Tube 

 

Alesis Crimson series  DDrum Chrome Elite 

Roland BT-1 

 

Alesis DM 10 series 

DDrum Pro 

  

 

Millenium MPS series  DDrum Red Shot 

  

 

Roland CY-12C 

ddt AT series 

  

 

Roland CY-13R

 

ddt Truss series 

  

 

Roland CY-14C 

Roland RT series 

  

 

Roland CY-15R

 

TDrum Black Shot series 

  

 

Roland CY-8 

TDrum Pro series 

  

 

Yamaha PCY100

 

Yamaha DT50 series 

  

 

Yamaha PCY135

 

  

  

 

 


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14  Connection Options and Trigger Types 

 

Type 

Brands 

(examples) 

Zones – Configuration 

Information 

Instrument 

Head
/Bow 

Rim/ 

Edge 

Cross-

stick/ 

Bell 

Choke 

Kick 

HH 

 

 

PadP 

2box, Roland 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

 

 

PaPSS 

Huaxin 

Piezo  Switch 

Switch 

 

 

 

 

PaPSY 

Yamaha 

Piezo  Switch 

Switch 

 

 

 

 

PadPS 

Roland, Alesis 

Piezo  Switch 

 

 

 

 

Rim 

Various 

 

Piezo 

 

 

 

 

 

CyPSV 

2box 

Piezo  Switch 

Velocity 

yes 

 

 

 

CyPSB 

Roland 

Piezo  Switch 

Switch 

yes 

 

 

 

CyPS 

Alesis, Roland 

Piezo  Switch 

yes 

 

 

 

CyPSS 

Huaxin, Alesis 

Piezo  Switch 

Switch 

yes 

 

 

 

CyPSY 

Yamaha 

Piezo  Switch 

Switch 

yes 

 

 

 

HiHat 

Various 

Piezo  Switch 

Control to Input B 

 

AcTr1 

2box, Ddrum 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

small drum 

 

 

AcTr2 

2box, Ddrum 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

Medium drum 

 

 

AcTr3 

2box, Ddrum 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

Big drum 

 

 

RubH1 

2box 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

Rubber Heads S 

 

 

RubH2 

2box 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

Rubber Heads M 

 

 

RubH3 

2box 

Piezo 

Piezo 

 

 

Rubber Heads XL 

 

 

Kick1 

Various 

Piezo 

 

 

 

Faster response 

 

Kick2 

Various 

Piezo 

 

 

 

Slower response 

 

 

 

 


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Instrument 

Snare 

Tom 

Rim 

Cymbal 

Acoustic 

Various 

1 zone 

2 zones  3 zones 

1 zone 

2 zones 

 

zone 

zones 

zones 

Trigger 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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15  Important Safety Precautions  

 

Never try to open or modify the power supply adapter. 

 

If the power supply is damaged, be sure to purchase a new 2BOX adapter. 
When using a third-party adapter, make sure it is a 12V/1000mA DC 
power supply (100-240V).  

 

Never use the power supply outdoors or in damp locations.  

 

The DrumIt Three module operates at low power and should therefore 
pose no particular hazard. We nevertheless urge you to operate it in a 
responsible manner. 

 

Do not allow any liquids to penetrate inside the unit. 

 

Never drop the unit. 

 

Never apply excessive force to the module or its controls. 

 

Never expose the module to extremely hot (>40°C) or cold (below 0°C) 
temperatures. 

 

Avoid covering the module’s bottom or rear panel, or its power supply 
adapter with blankets and the like. These areas become hot while the unit 
is in use, and this heat needs to be dissipated in one way or another. 

 

In short: be sure to handle the DrumIt Three module with the same care as 
any other electronic device you own. This will ensure maximum enjoyment 
for years to come. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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